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Andrew110m

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  1. Okay, so I created two tables.weight_idPrimary key = id (1-5 for weight classes)weightfighterPrimary key = fighter nameweight idfighter overallSo based on the other suggestions here I have been trying to create a php/ajax file that will call up this table. I've been using this page for guidance: http://www.w3schools.com/php/php_ajax_database.aspFigured if I could get that down, I would be on my way to accomplishing what I'm looking for. Am I on base with the tables?
  2. I suppose it would be easiest to tell you exactly what its for. I run a video game league and what I want is for people to be able to select/"claim" a fighter from the roster and for that fighter to then be removed from the list of available fighters.Hypothetically, the drop down could be empty at some point. The easier to edit the values in the drop down menu the better. I expect that there will be fighters becoming available and unavailable quite frequently. Where it gets a little complicated is if possible I'd like users to be able to narrow it down by weight class. So for example, say they
  3. I wasn't really looking for the easy way out. I've self-taught myself everything I know up until this point and I've often used W3Schools for help.All I was looking for was a little guidance and a point in the right direction. I'll see if I can figure it out. Thanks.
  4. I appreciate the explanation, but to be honest, you lost me.I am really not very talented at PHP or any other coding languages. Is there some kind of tutorial that could help me put something like this together or would I need someone with a better knowledge of the coding? I was hoping to use this for one of my websites, but it isn't a necessity. If it would be possible for anyone to really simplify it for me, it would be greatly appreciated. If not, thank you for your efforts.
  5. How difficult would that be to put together? Is there a tutorial on here showing how to create such a form?
  6. Hi guys, I want to start by announcing the obvious, that I'm a noob at this stuff. I'm looking for a function on a form that would give a list of options...Option AOption BOption CThen when someone submits a form selecting an option, that option is removed automatically from the list.So User X selects A, when User Y views the form he/she seesOption BOption CAs selectable fields. Is there anyway to have this done automatically? Or would I just have to remove the options manually?Thanks in advance.
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